- n the head and sharpened point of a spear
- Thus he believes that if his spear has wounded an enemy who escaped, he can make the wound fester by thrusting the spearpoint into a fire.
- The name comes from the 1933 discovery of a fluted stone spearpoint dated to that era in a pile of mammoth bones near Clovis, New Mexico.
- But living as they are at what she calls "the spearpoint" of civilization, bombarded by TV and stereo sounds, they are becoming, she says, "psychic mutants.
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- Ancient relics found at Stone Point
The trail of Winona history may have just gotten a thousand years longer. A recent examination suggests that a spearpoint or arrowhead discovered near the former county landfill may be one of the oldest ever found in Winona County.
Nov. 6, 2013 - Winona Post